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  2. Foreigners hoping to adopt children from Africa will have to strike Ethiopia off their list. The country’s parliament has pulled the plug on international adoptions by foreigners in a ...

  3. China Wuyi Co Ltd: * SAYS IT WINS BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT WORTH ABOUT 502 MILLION YUAN ($77.14 million) IN ETHIOPIA Source text in Chinese: http://bit.ly/2D2LzHO Further company coverage: ($1 = 6.5080 Chinese yuan renminbi)

  4. Côte d’Ivoire could not maintain its lead as the fastest growing economy after it was outpaced by Ethiopia’s boom.

  5. The world is moving toward crisis and a state of "geopolitical depression" as the presidency of Donald Trump accelerates divisions among citizens and the unraveling of the global order, risk ...

  6. Egypt, Eritrea leaders meet as Nile tensions rise

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceJan 09 17:25 PM

    Egypt fears the soon-to-be completed dam in Ethiopia could cut into its share of the river, which provides nearly all its freshwater. Eritrea and Ethiopia have long been bitter ...

  7. With his bushy beard and deep-set blue eyes and clutching an ax in his massive hands, C.W. Nicol might just be the most intimidating tree-­hugger you’ve ever seen. A Santa dressed in a down ...

  8. Civitas Managing Director wins 2018 Minority Business Leader award

    PR Newswire via Yahoo FinanceJan 04 16:07 PM

    Almaz Woldeab, Chief Accounting Officer and Managing Director at Civitas Capital Group, has been named a winner of the Dallas Business Journal's 2018 Minority Business Leader awards. Now in ...

  9. In your Tuesday edition of Signal, Alex Kliment wrote about ongoing protests in Iran. Two factors driving the protests might surprise you: The nuclear deal and government transparency. First ...

  10. The global economy is set to expand by 3.1 percent in 2018, slightly up from 3 percent last year and marking the first year since the 2008 Great Recession that it will near or achieve full growth ...

  11. The world’s governments have spoken. Germany’s citizens are the travelers most welcome to cross their borders. The Henley Passport Index, an annual ranking of passport power by the citizenship planning firm, came out today for 2018.

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